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Free webinar to feature ALA President and President-Elect discussing the focus of association, presidential initiatives

CHICAGO – “Passing the Community Engagement Baton: A Conversation with ALA President Molly Raphael and ALA President-elect Maureen Sullivan,” hosted by ALA 2013-2014 ALA President Barbara Stripling, features an unprecedented conversation among ALA leadership, focusing on the transition of presidential initiatives and a continued focus on civic engagement. It takes place on Friday, June 8 at 11:30 a.m. Central time.

Learn to use Google Apps and Open Office and save money through new eCourse

CHICAGO - ALA Editions announces a new facilitated eCourse, Google Apps and Open Office: Easy Alternatives to Expensive Software with Maurice Coleman and Robin Hastings. This two-week eCourse will begin on August 6, 2012.

'Empowering Diverse Voices' webinar shares diverse perspectives on library leadership

CHICAGO — The intersection of diversity and leadership will be the focus of a free webinar, “Perspectives on Leadership,” from 3 p.m. – 4 p.m. CDT on Tuesday June 12, 2012.

Part of ALA President Molly Raphael’s “Empowering Diverse Voices” diversity leadership initiative, this free webinar will feature a panel of diverse leaders exploring the implications of diversity on leadership.  

AASL webinar on Common Core State Standards encourages school librarians to 'seize the day!'

CHICAGO — In a new webinar presented by the American Association of School Librarians (AASL), facilitator Paige Jaeger will discuss the vital role school librarians play in assisting teachers with the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).  “Common Core Carpe Diem: Seize the Day on Information Integration!” will take place at 6 p.m. CDT on Tuesday, June 6, 2012. To register, visit www.ala.org/aasl/ecollab/upcoming.  Registration for this webinar is required and is limited to the first 100 logins.

Free public library advocacy training from PLA offers unique opportunity for interactive online education

CHICAGO — Registration has opened for the online summer session (week of July 9–week of August 13, 2012) of Turning the Page 2.0, a free advocacy training program for public libraries, developed and presented by the Public Library Association (PLA) with generous support from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

LLAMA webinar helps you develop a free online management system

CHICAGO —Library managers at all levels are discovering that the ever-expanding world of social media can be their most effective tool for communication, supervision and project management.  The Library Leadership and Management Association (LLAMA) presents “Online Management Systems: Wielding Web 2.0 Tools to Manage and Track Projects Collaboratively,” from 1:30 to 3 p.m. CDT on Wednesday, June 6, 2012.

Learn to deliver effective young adult readers' advisory: new session of popular eCourse

CHICAGO —ALA Editions announces a new session of the popular eCourse Young Adult Readers' Advisory Services. Jennifer Thiele will faciliate this course, which will begin on July 16, 2012.

Learn to integrate iPads and tablets into your library in new eCourse

CHICAGO —ALA Editions announces a first-of-its-kind new facilitated eCourse that will show students how they can integrate iPads and other high-tech devices into their libraries for both staff and patron use. The course, iPads, Tablets, and Gadgets in the Library: Planning, Budgeting, and Implementation, will begin on July 2 and be taught by Virginia Tech Librarians Carolyn Meier, Rebecca Miller and Heather Moorefield-Lang.

New Web education offering from LITA

CHICAGO — The Library and Information Technology Association (LITA) is making available a new webinar, “Social Networking the Catalog: Community Based Approaches to Building Catalogs and Collections,” presented by Margaret Heller (Dominican University), to be held from 11 a.m. - noon CDT on June 7. This presentation will introduce the Read/Write Library Chicago, a new model for libraries that exists to illuminate and create connections between people, materials, and institutions in the city of Chicago.

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